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Jefferson Airplane Poster Artist's Edition Signed by David Byrd

Jefferson Airplane Poster Artist's Edition Signed by David Byrd

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Jefferson Airplane Poster Fillmore East Thanksgiving Day 1970. New Artist's Edition Annotated and Signed in pencil by David Byrd.

"The Airplane traditionally performed a Thanksgiving Show at the Fillmore East. This 1970 Poster is inspired, of course, by Gustav Klimt, a leader of the famous Viennese Secession Movement that was in sway at the beginning of the 20th Century. I also used my “Follies” neoDeco border as a framing device. This design was also used by Art Director, Boris Pachowsky, for the cover of a 1970 Stereo Review Magazine in which Grace is interviewed by columnist & NYC gadfly, Rex Reed. I also created a Harry Nillson cover & poster for this publication shortly afterwards." -- David Byrd

15”w x 22”h Giclée Print on Heavy Archival Paper Signed in pencil by David.

This is David Byrd's very nice reproduction of the poster he designed for the Jefferson Airplane's appearance at the Fillmore East on Thanksgiving Day, 1970. Byrd was the only staff artist at the Fillmore East.

It is impeccably printed on ultra-premium matte stock and has been signed in pencil by David.

Condition: Flawless Mint
Dimensions: 14 ¼" x 22"

David Byrd has secured a place in rock poster history. But along the way he has made dozens of highly memorable, iconic poster images for not only the Fillmore East (where he was the only poster artist), but for Broadway shows such as Follies, Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, Godspell, Little Shop of Horrors and many, many more.

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